Travel Insurance - What We Cover
Up to US$1 million personal liability and emergency medical expenses
- Up to US$1 million personal liability and emergency medical expenses
- Cover for cancellations, missed departures and delays
- Holiday and Executive travel options
Single Trip Travel insurance
If you’re travelling abroad and need travel insurance for a single trip, get a quote today and see how we compare! We’ve included everything you need for peace of mind travelling, including cover for travel delays, passport assistance, personal money, travel documents, credit card fraud, lost baggage and legal expenses. Choose from Holiday or Executive Travel insurance.
Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance
If you travel abroad at least twice a year, it may be more economical to choose an annual multi-trip policy. As with single trip insurance, your policy includes key features you’ll need for your trips away, including personal liability cover of up to US$ 1 million as well as personal money and cancellation cover.
Whether you choose single trip or annual multi-trip travel insurance, you can benefit from the extra policy features and higher limits available. Executive Travel cover includes extra cover for assault and robbery, kennel and cattery fees and hijacking. It also provides higher policy limits; up to US$ 35,000 personal accident cover and US$ 750 for both passport assistance and personal money.
After you’ve decided on single or multi-trip cover, you can choose our standard package of Holiday Travel cover. Holiday Travel gives you all the standard features you’d expect from your travel insurance, including US$ 1 million emergency medical assistance and personal liability. You can also choose from our wide range of optional extras, such as winter sports, golf cover and cruise cover.
If you’re travelling to a European Schengen country, we also offer a basic Schengen travel policy. This includes cover for passport assistance, emergency medical expenses and personal accidents. Schengen countries include most of Europe but excludes the UK and Ireland.